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August 13, 2014

Mark Richt has lost control of Georgia Tech's coaching staff

Wait, you can use a special teams coach for something other than special teams:
Using special-teams coordinator Ray Rychleski to help out with the offensive line is working out well. A common way the line drills is for players to split up into groups of six or seven and rotate through drills led by offensive line coach Mike Sewak, graduate assistant Preston Pehrson and Rychleski. “We’ll just sort of do a rotation,” guard Trey Braun said. “That way, you don’t have 20 guys going through one drill. You’ve got about seven guys at each drill and it’s getting some pops, getting some snaps.”
Whoa. If you allow that, next thing you know you are asking your kicker to line up on defense to serve as pass coverage in drills.
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2 comments:

CJ M said...

Dadgum. There are pro stadiums that don't look this good.

rbruce2334 said...

This is what happens when you have winning baseball but not football or basketball!

 
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